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Sep 28, 2012 7:00pm EDT
have in academia, school level, government, generating data about education. the question is how do you translate that data into feasible action? that's where we think edu star can make sure the data just doesn't pay our computers or hard drives. it gets back to peoples that they can make decisions, parents and teachers. there's a lot of other good points, but rather hear from the panelists on the q&a. but i really appreciate all the comments. >> one thing i wanted to add, too was one of the most positive things when i read your paper and what you're doing is for the part tichenor, it's an extremely important need and right now there is so many innovators and ideas out there that they are everywhere and there's got to be a way to sort through the period so i think that is part of the edu star concept is so, so important. it is like right now in most places people talk about the common core standards and those are done. they've been adopted by 46 states. now is the implementation and it is a huge, important stat. and what will we be doing differently in classrooms? almost everything you
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